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Geomagnetic Sub-Storm in Earth's Magnetic Field Lines

This video shows a geomagnetic sub-storm in the earth's magnetic field lines captured using an Andor Neo sCMOS camera. It provides a high resolution view of auroral magnetic field lines at 50 fps.

The data acquired can help in measuring the morphology of small-scale auroral structures. This winning entry was submitted by Dr. Robert Marshall and Professor Joshua Semeter, Boston University during Andor Insight Awards.

Run Time - 0:06sec

Aurora breakup event at 50 frames per second

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